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* In ''Literature/FactionParadox'', the vast city at the end of time known as the City of the Saved, which contains every human who ever lived and many who didn't, is home to the Great Detective Agency, a detective agency made up of multiple versions of Literature/SherlockHolmes (plus assorted Watsons, Mycrofts and Mrs Hudsons).
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* The new, "true" Organization XIII in ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'' has a membership consisting of various versions of [[GreaterScopeVillain Master Xenahort.]]

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* The new, "true" Organization XIII in ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'' has a membership consisting of various versions of [[GreaterScopeVillain Master Xenahort.Xehanort.]]



* A parody of the Council of Reeds from Marvel Comics, the Council of Ricks in ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' are hundreds of Rick Sanchezes from across the multiverse who founded the alliance in order to escape the authorities that hunt them down in their own respective universes. Rick C-137 is one of the few Ricks who looks to the council with contempt, seeing the council as an abandonment of the "[[IWorkAlone lone wolf]]/every-Rick-for-himself rebel" mindset that Ricks were originally defined by and [[BecameTheirOwnAntithesis becoming the very thing they hate]]. The Council in-turn see Rick C-137 as a loose-cannon with an unhealthy, passionate attachment to his Morty (which the Council see as nothing but accessories that could be switched out and replaced) that could potentially undermine their entire organization.

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* A parody of the Council of Reeds from Marvel Comics, the Council of Ricks in ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' are hundreds of Rick Sanchezes Ricks Sanchez from across the multiverse who founded the alliance in order to escape the authorities that hunt them down in their own respective universes. The protagonist Rick, Rick C-137 C-137, is one of the few Ricks who looks to the council with contempt, seeing the council as an abandonment of the "[[IWorkAlone lone wolf]]/every-Rick-for-himself rebel" mindset that Ricks were originally defined by and [[BecameTheirOwnAntithesis becoming the very thing they hate]]. The Council in-turn see Rick C-137 as a loose-cannon with an unhealthy, passionate attachment to his Morty (which the Council see as nothing but accessories that could be switched out and replaced) that could potentially undermine their entire organization.


** Creator/GrantMorrison's ''The Green Lantern'' had various [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Green Lantern]]s from various continuities come together to stop Anti-Man and find the Cosmic Grail from Earth-15 (the Perfect Universe ComicBook/SuperboyPrime destroyed during ''ComicBook/CountdownToFinalCrisis''). This team consists of twelve Green Lanterns, including Hal Jordan of the main continuity, Len Lewis from Creator/StanLee's [[ComicBook/JustImagineStanLeeCreatingTheDCUniverse reimagining of the DC Universe]], the Creator/TangentComics Green Lantern, the Earth-20 Green Lantern from ''ComicBook/TheMultiversity'', Bat-Lantern from ''ComicBook/BatmanInDarkestKnight'', and Magic Lantern from Morrison's run on ''ComicBook/AnimalMan''.



* Being based on ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManIntoTheSpiderVerse'' has various stranded Spider-Men teaming up to stop Kingpin and get home to their own dimensions.

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* Being based on ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManIntoTheSpiderVerse'' has various stranded Spider-Men teaming up with ComicBook/MilesMorales to stop Kingpin and get home to their own dimensions.


** In "[[Recap/TheFlash2014S5E13Goldfaced Goldfaced]]", Nora arranges a conference with all of Sheloque Wells's ex-wives, who turn out to all be alternate-Earth doppelgangers of the same woman.

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** In "[[Recap/TheFlash2014S5E13Goldfaced Goldfaced]]", Nora arranges a conference with all of Sheloque Sherloque Wells's ex-wives, who turn out to all be alternate-Earth doppelgangers of the same woman.


* ''Series/TheFlash2014'': In "[[Recap/TheFlash2014S4E6WhenHarryMetHarry When Harry Met Harry]]", Harrison "Harry" Wells of Earth-2 calls upon three of his doppelgangers from other Earths into the so-called "Council of Wells". One is a stuck-up German physicist named Harrison Wolfgang Wells (Earth-12). The second is a "genius, billionaire, playboy philanthropist" from Texas named H. Lothario Wells (Earth-47). The third is an Australian cyborg from the post-apocalyptic Earth-22 named Wells 2.0. Yet another Wells attempts to join the Council, only to be rebuffed. He calls himself Wells the Gray and is dressed as [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Gandalf]].

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In "[[Recap/TheFlash2014S4E6WhenHarryMetHarry When Harry Met Harry]]", Harrison "Harry" Wells of Earth-2 calls upon three of his doppelgangers from other Earths into the so-called "Council of Wells". One is a stuck-up German physicist named Harrison Wolfgang Wells (Earth-12). The second is a "genius, billionaire, playboy philanthropist" from Texas named H. Lothario Wells (Earth-47). The third is an Australian cyborg from the post-apocalyptic Earth-22 named Wells 2.0. Yet another Wells attempts to join the Council, only to be rebuffed. He calls himself Wells the Gray and is dressed as [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Gandalf]].


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** In "[[Recap/TheFlash2014S5E13Goldfaced Goldfaced]]", Nora arranges a conference with all of Sheloque Wells's ex-wives, who turn out to all be alternate-Earth doppelgangers of the same woman.


* ''Webcomic/LeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'' has Laser Pony and Kieth find themselves gathered along with all the other versions of Laser Pony and Kieth...or rather, Laser ''Stallion'' and his badass sidekick Kieth. It turns out that they're the least accomplished and capable versions of themselves, including the version of Laser Pony who's in a wheelchair in addition to being blind and a only partly seen Kieth who's either a kid sidekick or extremely short.

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* ''Webcomic/LeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'' has Laser Pony and Kieth find themselves gathered along with all the other versions of Laser Pony and Kieth...or rather, Laser ''Stallion'' and his badass sidekick Kieth.sidekick. It turns out that they're the least accomplished and capable versions of themselves, including the version of Laser Pony who's in a wheelchair in addition to being blind and a only partly seen Kieth who's either a kid sidekick or extremely short.

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* ''Webcomic/LeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'' has Laser Pony and Kieth find themselves gathered along with all the other versions of Laser Pony and Kieth...or rather, Laser ''Stallion'' and his badass sidekick Kieth. It turns out that they're the least accomplished and capable versions of themselves, including the version of Laser Pony who's in a wheelchair in addition to being blind and a only partly seen Kieth who's either a kid sidekick or extremely short.

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* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', the main cast of Fairy Tail team up with their [[IdenticalStranger Edolas counterparts]] while battling the Edolas Royal Army.

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* ''Anime/SpaceDandy'' pulls this in one episode. After traveling to couple of different dimensions and meeting alternate versions of himself and his friends he returns to his own reality with them in tow and they all start living together aboard Dandy's ship. This becomes a problem when ever more alternate selves continue arriving with no way of sending anyone back.


** The various incarnations of the Comicbook/LegionOfSuperHeroes teamed up in ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis: Legion of 3 Worlds'' against Superboy-Prime, starting with Reboot, Retroboot and Threeboot, but later including the 5 Years Later Legion, the [=SW6=] Legion, the Silver Age Adult Legion and so on. And in an EleventhHourRanger example, the finale of the arc also sees Superman and the three Legion's founders summoning ''more'' incarnations of the Legion to overwhelm the Time Trapper.

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** The various incarnations of the Comicbook/LegionOfSuperHeroes teamed up in ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis: Legion of 3 Worlds'' against Superboy-Prime, starting with Reboot, Retroboot and Threeboot, but later including the 5 Years Later Legion, the [=SW6=] Legion, the Silver Age Adult Legion and so on. And in an EleventhHourRanger example, the finale of the arc also sees Superman and the three Legion's founders summoning ''more'' incarnations of the Legion to overwhelm the Time Trapper.


** The various incarnations of the Comicbook/LegionOfSuperHeroes teamed up in ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis: Legion of 3 Worlds'' against Superboy-Prime, starting with Reboot, Retroboot and Threeboot, but later including the 5 Years Later Legion, the [=SW6=] Legion, the Silver Age Adult Legion and so on.

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** The various incarnations of the Comicbook/LegionOfSuperHeroes teamed up in ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis: Legion of 3 Worlds'' against Superboy-Prime, starting with Reboot, Retroboot and Threeboot, but later including the 5 Years Later Legion, the [=SW6=] Legion, the Silver Age Adult Legion and so on. And in an EleventhHourRanger example, the finale of the arc also sees Superman and the three Legion's founders summoning ''more'' incarnations of the Legion to overwhelm the Time Trapper.



** During ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'', the Dark Knights of Barbatos are this, consisting of 7 Batmen from the Dark Multiverse, each twisted by a fear, regret, and tragedy that the Prime Bruce Wayne has... all empowered further to make them counterparts to the Justice League.

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** During ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'', the Dark Knights of Barbatos are this, consisting of 7 Batmen from the Dark Multiverse, each twisted by a fear, regret, and tragedy that the Prime Bruce Wayne has... all empowered further to make them counterparts to the Justice League.League.
** A teamup between the ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'' and the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' pitted them against the Legion's rogues the Fatal Five, in which the latter increased their numbers by summoning other Fatal Fives from across the multiverse, making them the Fatal Five Hundred.


* A parody of the Council of Reeds from Marvel Comics, the Council of Ricks in ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' are hundreds of Rick Sanchezes from across the multiverse who founded the alliance in order to escape the authorities that hunt them down in their own respective universes. Rick C-137 is one of the few Ricks who looks to the council with contempt, seeing the council as an abandonment of the "[[IWorkAlone lone wolf]]/every-Rick-for-himself rebel" mindset that Ricks were originally defined by and [[YouAreWhatYouHate becoming the very thing they hate]]. The Council in-turn see Rick C-137 as a loose-cannon with an unhealthy, passionate attachment to his Morty (which the Council see as nothing but accessories that could be switched out and replaced) that could potentially undermine their entire organization.

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* A parody of the Council of Reeds from Marvel Comics, the Council of Ricks in ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' are hundreds of Rick Sanchezes from across the multiverse who founded the alliance in order to escape the authorities that hunt them down in their own respective universes. Rick C-137 is one of the few Ricks who looks to the council with contempt, seeing the council as an abandonment of the "[[IWorkAlone lone wolf]]/every-Rick-for-himself rebel" mindset that Ricks were originally defined by and [[YouAreWhatYouHate [[BecameTheirOwnAntithesis becoming the very thing they hate]]. The Council in-turn see Rick C-137 as a loose-cannon with an unhealthy, passionate attachment to his Morty (which the Council see as nothing but accessories that could be switched out and replaced) that could potentially undermine their entire organization.


* The finale of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' had Spidey teaming up with multiple alternate dimension versions of himself to save the universe with the help of Madame Web and The Beyonder. They include a [[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark]] style inventor engaged to Gwen Stacy (who "our" Spidey had [[AdaptedOut never even met]]), a version of [[CloningBlues Ben Reily]], a Spidey [[CallBack still having multiple arms do to a mutation problem]], a Spidey with Doc Ock arms, and an actor with no powers who [[RealWorldEpisode plays Spidey in movies, hailing from a universe where Spider-Man is just a famous comic character created by]] Creator/StanLee.

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* The finale of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' had Spidey teaming up with multiple alternate dimension versions of himself to save the universe with the help of Madame Web and The Beyonder. They include a [[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark]] style inventor engaged to Gwen Stacy (who "our" Spidey had [[AdaptedOut never even met]]), a version of [[CloningBlues Ben Reily]], a Spidey [[CallBack still having multiple arms do due to a mutation problem]], a Spidey with Doc Ock arms, and an actor with no powers who [[RealWorldEpisode plays Spidey in movies, hailing from a universe where Spider-Man is just a famous comic character created by]] Creator/StanLee.


* One issue of [[ComicBook/TheSimpsons Simpsons Super Spectacular]] had three versions of Bart who are superheroes (Bartman from "Three Men and a Comic Book", [[RubberMan Stretch Dude]] from "Treehouse of Horror X" and Cupcake Kid from "Simple Simpson") sent to a MirrorUniverse to overthrow [[YoungConqueror King Bart]], it was titled "League of Extraordinary Bart's"

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* One issue of [[ComicBook/TheSimpsons Simpsons Super Spectacular]] had three versions of Bart who are superheroes (Bartman from "Three Men and a Comic Book", [[RubberMan Stretch Dude]] from "Treehouse of Horror X" and Cupcake Kid from "Simple Simpson") sent to a MirrorUniverse to overthrow [[YoungConqueror King Bart]], it was titled "League of Extraordinary Bart's"Barts".
* Captain Valor attempts this at the start of ''ComicBook/HeroSquared''. Sadly, the alternate version he goes to for help never got superpowers in this universe and is just an immature slacker.

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* Being based on ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManIntoTheSpiderVerse'' has various stranded Spider-Men teaming up to stop Kingpin and get home to their own dimensions.
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